12 Best Beaches In The World To Bookmark – Part 2

12 Best Beaches In The World To Bookmark

Following on my previous post on best beaches from around the world, here’s another 12 beaches from the corners of the world such as Mozambique, Bohol (Philippines), Aruba, Sardinia (Italy) and Costa Rica!

It makes me wonder under what circumstance would these travellers go to beaches that are right on the edge of the islands. It also makes me wish I could watch the waves lap with my own eyes and have my toes be tickled by the fine sand too.

Enjoy the beach views (and these sexy travellers)!

Read: 12 Best Beaches In The World To Bookmark - Part 1

1. Hickam Air Base in Hawaii, USA

Hickam Air Base in Hawaii, USA | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

There are very little crowds here on the weekdays, the water is a gorgeous teal, and the sand is so soft. Added bonus: If you love airplanes, you can watch them take off over the ocean from Honolulu Airport.
– Alyssa from Sisters Who Travel

Sarong from a local flea market in Hawaii.


2. Palm Beach in Aruba

Palm Beach in Aruba | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Calm clear turquoise waters with soft clean sand and plenty to do in the area.
– Mitchell from The Unexpected Journey

Swimsuit from Polo RL suite bought at Macy’s.


3. Hong Island in Krabi, Thailand

Hong Island in Krabi, Thailand | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

This beach is an absolute dream: beautiful dramatic cliffs giving way to sandy beaches, transparent water that turns turquoise off in the distance. There’s no public way to access it, so if you go early before the multi-island tour groups come, you’re blissfully free of crowds for many hours. We shared the beach with maybe 10 or 15 people for the first half of the day. The best part? It’s so easy and cheap to rent a private longtail boat so you can have the beach almost all to yourself for the whole morning! In fact, it was even cheaper for our group of three to rent a private boat than going on a tour with the hordes of people!
– Allison from Eternal Arrival

Bikini from Mod Cloth.

“I love the retro high-waisted look (much needed after a few too many pad thais!) and the polka dots make the vintage shape fun.”


4. Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica

Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Seven Mile Beach is one of the best beaches I’ve visited. There’s really nothing quite like it! Stretching, you guessed it, 7 miles long; it’s the perfect locale for your island getaway. There are resorts, restaurants and clubs lining the shore. There are many water activities to do such as volleyball, snorkeling, windsurfing and kayaking. And most importantly, there’s the beautiful crystal blue water that is always at the right temp to take a swim. My favourite thing to do is just sit on a lounge chair, and listen to the reggae music playing as I sip on my cocktail. I can’t wait to get back to Jamaica!
– Samantha from Expat And The City Blog.

Bikini from Victoria’s Secret. Bottoms from Ardene.


5. Turquoise Bay in Ningaloo, Australia

Turquoise Bay, Ningaloo, Australia | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Ningaloo and its beaches are one of Australia’s best kept secrets.  It’s not uncommon to have the sand to yourself!  The icing on the cake at Turquoise Bay is the excellent drift snorkeling!
– Jema from Half The Clothes

Bikini from Blue Glue in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

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6. Lahuy Island in Caramoan, Philippines

Lahuy Island in Caramoan, Philippines | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Caramoan is the ultimate paradise. The islands where various editions of a popular reality show, Survivor, have been shot, are still only a weekend destination for domestic tourists rather than a popular hotspot in the Philippines due to its remote location. Although the journey to reach Caramoan is a struggle, the views are worth it without any doubt. Pristine beaches, crystal clear waters of the South China Sea, bamboo huts floating on the shore and fresh coconuts. It’s our happy place. We will be back.
– Greg from On The Way To TV

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 7. Panglao Island in Bohol, Philippines

Panglao Island in Bohol, Philippines | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Last January I went to the Philippines for the first time and, even if I had not the chance to travel too much around the country, I managed to see some of its most beautiful gems. This picture has been taken on the perfect beach of Panglao Island, with such a lovely turquoise water and that perfect white sand beach. Not enough? Plenty of palm trees and hammocks are all around to ensure shady moments of relax 🙂
– Jessica from Travel To Be Alive

I can vouch for Bohol! I just went to Philippines in May 2016 and we stopped over at Bohol. Philippines can be regarded as the top Southeast Asian country with the best beaches and clearest waters. It’s the best place to do snorkelling and diving around this region.

Bikini from Calzedonia.


8. Playa Guiones in Nosara, Costa Rica

Playa Guiones in Nosara, Costa Rica | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Playa Guiones on the northwest Pacific coast of Costa Rica, is considered by surfers to be one of the best breaks in all of Costa Rica, and some think the world. For me, it’s a spiritual place…wild and natural. It’s where I first saw a sea turtle in the water and it’s also the most amazing sunset I’ve ever seen to this day. This pic of me was taken by my husband on that day – that’s me waaaay down the beach taking pictures – what else? We walked the beach for hours as the colors changed from the most brilliant blues, then pinks, and finally when everything – including us – glowed every shade of purple!
– Lori from Travlinmad


9. La Pelosa Beach in Sardinia, Italy

La Pelosa beach, in Sardinia, Italy | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

It’s easy to see why I think of it as beach paradise: look at those clear, shallow turquoise waters! There is also a great view over two nearby islands (Isola Piana and Isola dell’Asinara) and a 15th century Spanish watch tower on the western edge of the beach.
– Claudia


10. Sottomarina beach in Venice, Italy

Sottomarina beach in Venice, Italy | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

Sun, sand and beautiful people.
– Inguaribile Viaggiatore

Bikini from Benetton.


11. Maputo Elephant Reserve in Mozambique

Maputo Elephant Reserve in Mozambique | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist

It’s a completely empty coastline and is only accessible by 4×4, so there is literally no one for miles and miles.
– Natasha from The World Pursuit

Bikini from Oysho.


12. Maya Bay in Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

Maya Bay in Koh Phi Phi, Thailand | 12 Best Beaches In The World To Include In Your Bucketlist
It may be touristy, but the crowds flock here for good reason. Beyond the turquoise water and photogenic longtail boats that cruise around the harbor, the island’s landscape of rocky cliffs that jut from the water is an unbeatable backdrop for an epic beach day.
– Michelle from Live Like Its The Weekend

Right at you Michelle! It’s one of the beaches that all tour operators will bring you to, hence the crowd. It’s a wonder how the shallow waters still remain so clear and unpolluted with the steady influx of tourists. I’m glad it still retains its beauty even today!

Bikini from Roxy.


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21 Replies to “12 Best Beaches In The World To Bookmark – Part 2”

  1. Beautiful beaches here! Thanks for including us. 🙂

    1. Thank YOU Natasha! Look forward to more opportunities together!

  2. Great list of beaches, really would love to check them all off from my beach travel list! So far it is hard for me to have a favorite beach, simply love them all!

  3. Love this post as the beach is where I want to be most of the time 🙂 I have been to some of these destinations as well and I can testify that they are indeed amazing. Looking forward to checking out the other ones whenever I have the chance to ;)!
    Alessandra <3

    1. Glad you like it Alessandra! I’ll be releasing the 3rd one soon, so keep a lookout. You can subscribe to the blog to receive it in your inbox when it arrives. 🙂

  4. Beaches can certainly be amazing, but I love to spend more of my time under the water!

    I’m amazed that none of the beaches in the Galapagos made this list, given their unique local residents 🙂

  5. I agree with Chris. I would love to be under the water rather than above 🙂

    1. My best underwater experience was in Philippines! What was yours? I’m heading to Maldives in December, and I cannot wait!

  6. What a pity! I have not visited any of these yet. 🙁
    Some of them are doable and I must remedy my problem soon.
    Gorgeous captures!

    1. So haven’t I. 🙁 Asia has some of the most beautiful beaches, and they are affordable to be at too. Time to plan my next travels around beaches, haha!

  7. Gorgeous beaches. I just had my share of a few and the one beach that never really makes to the list is the one in Havelock Island, Andamans. India’s best kept secret. I would equate it to the one in Krabi. You got to pay it a visit.

  8. This just got me in the mood for a beach holiday! Please do make another one specifically introducing islands 🙂

    1. Thanks for your suggestions Mar! Will incorporate something like that soon, maybe for Philippines!

  9. This was a fun post. I personally like the two in Thailand that are mentioned along with the one in Sardegna, if I had to choose.

    1. Hi Chandi,
      Have you been to those?

  10. Beaches are one of the greatest boons of nature to mankind. Beaches never fail to elevate your mood and instill a feeling of tranquility within you. The list of the best beaches is wonderful, each unique in its own way, yet united by the common factor of natural beauty.

    1. You are very enlightening Vyjay. I 100% concur with you!

  11. You are great. Travelling is a great job.

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